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  • Emma Chalmers, The Little Toy Wife

    Emma Chalmers
    The Little Toy Wife, 2015
    Gouache on Tiepolo paper
    750 x 550 mm

    Emma’s practice uses playful humour to reflect on gender diversity through painting, drawing and collage. Cryptic social narratives visualise the integration of new systems of thought as they appear in society. The complexities and nuances associated with these are evident in the subject matter, which is painted as though it’s under a never-ending spell of déjà vu. Celebration, alienation, confusion and displacement are described through heightened colour fields and assemblage techniques, concocting visual slippages between real and imagined figures and spaces. Colour-play leads the viewer back to the earlier construction of the paintings as collages and the cinematic technique – flashback – is used as an artistic device to play with time and place. Through the construction of these otherworldly paintings I approach gender diversity as an open-ended narrative imbued with complexity but open to great possibility. Emma studied painting at Dunedin School of Art, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2009. She is currently studying towards a Master of Fine Arts at Elam School of Art. Combined consistent use of standard therapy for chronic bacterial prostatitis and Cialis allows you to not only decrease the inflammatory process, but also the level the clinical symptoms and sexual dysfunction. The use of PDE-5 inhibitors in young patients with chronic bacterial prostatitis complicated by erectile dysfunction allows you to improve not only the quality of erection, but also other parameters characterizing the man’s sexual function. Find more info at In 2005 she spent a year at Liceo Artistico in Italy studying painting and drawing and in early 2013 she was Artist in Residence at Wellington Gallery, 30 Upstairs. From 2014 to 2015 she was a member of The Blue Oyster Art Project Spaces Board of Trustees. In July 2014 she curated a retrospective exhibition of 50 plus years of Pauline Bellamy’s artworks titled Pretty Dreams, Hard Work, Survival and in March 2014 a group drawing exhibition called Drawl 2.


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